I just got home from 4 days in Acapulco, Mexico, where I attended the Anarchapulco conference. I did a main stage speech on Friday (30 minutes) about the nature of Liberty and I did a little Q&A panel on Sunday … Continue reading Anarchapulco 2019 – Peaceful Parenting Q&A
So, this website debuted recently that allows anonymous feedback (because what could possibly go wrong?). I decided last week to try it out, and then I ended up getting interesting comments so I started sharing them, making things kind of like an AMA. To add your own feedback, click here. To see the feedback I’ve gotten and my replies, check out this Facebook album (click on a picture to see my commentary). Continue reading Sarahah – The Feedback Space
“I like to ask my fellow libertarians what we’d do if we “won” and we didn’t have to fight for liberty anymore – we’d achieved it. It’s a fun exercise to learn what people value when they can spend their energy on the things they love instead of fighting for the freedom to enjoy them. Voice & Exit skips the idea of “if you won” and says, “you’re alive — you don’t need permission to live in a post-political atmosphere — go make something. Go do something.”” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Best of 2016 Review: Voice & Exit
“I don’t want to say that there’s One True Libertarian parenting style. I’m not even a parent, so plenty of people think I’m disqualified from having an opinion, despite the fact that I have been a child and well aware of my own mind, desires, and agency. I’ve also been a nanny to an incredibly self-possessed child I am honored to still influence as she grows. But I am a libertarian, and I do think that the way I was raised makes my understanding of the principles of self-ownership and non-aggression tremendously engrained in how I reflect on the world, … Continue reading Childhood & Self-Ownership: Is There A Libertarian Way to Parent?
“My last living grandparent died a year ago, on August 28, 2015. My father’s mother. Constance Jacqueline Bouchard Erickson. We called her “Grammy”.She was 83. I don’t have a happy memory to share, really. I last saw my Grammy when I was about eight or nine years old. I don’t remember much except the smell of cigarettes and particular sensations, like the feeling of the upholstery of her couch and the way her voice touched my ears.” Read more at Taste it Twice. Continue reading To Grammy…
“Ultimately, forced fatherhood has no place in a free society. I am profoundly grateful that, unless various activist groups get more laws passed to restrict my rights — which I’ll keep fighting — I will never be forced to be a parent against my will; it’s time to make sure that everybody can say the same.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Men Should Be Able To Opt Out of Parenthood Too
I am getting on a plane tonight to attend Anarchapulco, in Acapulco, Mexico. I’m bringing my Sony camera set up (lovingly gifted by Judd Weiss), and am the official photographer of the event (there will be a few of us taking pictures, but I’m committed to really capturing the entire event).
This is exciting for me, and I look forward to sharing the shots.
In the meantime, I wanted to link to the albums of work I’ve done for liberty events so far.
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